First Look: Mystery Ranch Treehouse Pack

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posted on August 26, 2022
MAIN Treehouse 38 & 20

Treestand hunters and whitetail fanatics alike were kept in mind during Mystery Ranch's redesign of the Treehouse backpack. It has been built with a strong focus on usability, organization and silent operation, and is now offered in two different capacities made with durable, water-resistant and quiet fabrics. The layout and feature set have been user tested, for the most ergonomic choices possible.

Treehouse suspension system

The Treehouse is available in 20 or 38 liters. Both packs provide hanging gear quivers engineered specifically for the treestand hunter. Fuzzy polyester laminate backed with Nylon 210 fabric dampens sound, resists water, and offers access to the interior without giving away your location. The pack comes in two color options: Wood and Mystery Ranch's own DPM Canopy camouflage.

The Treehouse 20 has top-load access to multiple interior sleeves and pockets for organization and customized accessory attachment. The Treehouse 38, meanwhile, provides the same internal features with additional space and two forms of entry: top-load and dual zippered access that expands the pack opening. Each model features a lid with a deep shelf on its interior, allowing quick access to essential tools like grunt calls and windicators. It also opens away from the tree, allowing for more efficient entry into the bag's inside.

Treehouse backpack open

An included adjustable tree strap allows the pack to quickly attach to a tree in the optimal position or when a well-placed hanger isn't available. Front compression straps provide secure attachment for a bow, lightweight treestand or climbing sticks, and the side pockets and compression fit quivers, camera arms or other treestand essentials.

For more information on the packs, which weight in at 2.82 and 4.47 pounds respectively, check out mysteryranch.comMSRP: $229-$299

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